Why Buy a Fibreglass Swimming Pool?
Concrete or fibreglass?
Hereís a watertight case for choosing a fibreglass swimming pool.
Fibreglass swimming pool from Freedom Pools & Spas
1. Quick as a splash
Your fibreglass pool can be installed in as little as two days, after council approval.
2. The big finish
An impervious pigmented surface finish called 'gelcoat' is applied during manufacture. So you neednít spend time and money on tiling.
3. Maintenance free
Under normal conditions, the gelcoat finish never needs painting. It cleans easily and resists stains.
4. Smooth and safe
Unlike some other materials, a fibreglass pool is not abrasive and there are no sharp edges - just smooth seating areas.
5. Flexing its muscle
The high tensile strength of fibreglass lets the pool shell flex without cracking to accommodate earth movement.
6. Add a little salt
Salt water pools are becoming increasingly popular for their healthy, natural feel. Salt water is totally compatible with fibreglass.
7. You get what you see
The pool style you select is exactly what you get at home. No hit or miss guesswork as the pool shell arrives on site pre-formed and complete.
8. Looking good
Fibreglass pools come in a fantastic range of colours, shapes, sizes and designs to suit almost any home and outdoor living space.
9. Warmer water
Fibreglass is an insulator so the water is insulated from the cold ground soils.
Choose a MarbleTechTM finish, exclusive to Freedom, in a range of decorator colours.
A fibreglass pool uses less chemicals as the surface is smooth and impervious to water.
12. Have fun
Thatís all thatís left to do, with the most hassle-free pool material available.
For a clearer insight into your particular situation, talk to your pool professional.
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